O.J. : Made in America (2016) Rated TV-MA

A chronicle of the rise and fall of O.J. Simpson while exploring race and celebrity in America. Starring Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Mike Albanese, and Muhammad Ali.

I thought this is an interesting look at how O.J. grew up and how race and celebrity made him who he was. The show takes look at the racial injustice that we have in America and states how that influenced Simpson. Sure, those things influenced him, but does that make him a murderer? I don’t believe so. While the show takes an in-depth look at his life, I think we are looking at things that could have influenced his decisions of life. Ultimately, it still falls on him to be one making those decisions. It’s still his choice. He was an amazing athlete, and for that reason, it is worth a watch.

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